Somaliland’s Cholera Outbreak Threatens To Kill Thousands

Mohammed Abdi is four years old – but he looks less than half that.

Children like him are already weakened by hunger and illness but are now facing the threat of contracting cholera. Continue reading “Somaliland’s Cholera Outbreak Threatens To Kill Thousands”

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In Somaliland, Amid Persistent Drought, A Nation Of Herders Plots A New Course

In Somaliland, part of famine prevention means keeping people at home, rather than wandering for help. It also means laying the ground for a major shift to lessen dependence on livestock, the backbone of Somalis’ survival for centuries. Part 4 of our series on famine resilience. Continue reading “In Somaliland, Amid Persistent Drought, A Nation Of Herders Plots A New Course”

Network Airline Management and Astral Aviation Fly Urgent Relief Goods For Canadian Red Cross to Somaliland

Over 57 tones of urgent relief goods were transported by Network Airline Management, the freighter division of the Network Aviation Group, on behalf of the Canadian Red Cross to a field hospital in Hargeisa, Somaliland. Continue reading “Network Airline Management and Astral Aviation Fly Urgent Relief Goods For Canadian Red Cross to Somaliland”

Somaliland’s Children Dying As Drought And Border Dispute Create Fatal Mix

Analysis By Sally Sara

It’s being described as the worst humanitarian crisis since World War II. More than 20 million people are at risk of starvation, mostly in Africa. Continue reading “Somaliland’s Children Dying As Drought And Border Dispute Create Fatal Mix”

A Desperate Plea For Help As Four African Nations Near A Famine Crisis

ABC News anchor David Muir and his team traveled with Carolyn Miles, CEO of Save the Children, as the organization sent out mobile clinics to isolated villages deep in the deserts of Somaliland. Continue reading “A Desperate Plea For Help As Four African Nations Near A Famine Crisis”

Official Says 80 Percent Of Livestock Dead In Somaliland

Las-Anod, Somaliland — Authorities in the republic of Somaliland say at least 80 percent of the country’s livestock have died due to the crippling drought that has also killed dozens of people and forced thousands into displaced persons camps. Continue reading “Official Says 80 Percent Of Livestock Dead In Somaliland”

West Country Unites To Tackle East Africa Famine

Across the West Country people are responding to an appeal to help the 20 million people affected by drought in East Africa, in what’s being described as the worst humanitarian crisis in decades. Continue reading “West Country Unites To Tackle East Africa Famine”

As Sir Mohamed Farah Fronts An Appeal About Starvation In East Africa, UK Charity Shelterbox Gears Up To Help The Drought-Hit Nomads Of Somaliland

‘I was born in Somalia and it breaks my heart to hear stories of how families are suffering.’ As Olympian Sir Mohamed Farah calls the world’s attention to East Africa’s drought and famine, Cornwall based ShelterBox is making partnership plans to help Somaliland families Continue reading “As Sir Mohamed Farah Fronts An Appeal About Starvation In East Africa, UK Charity Shelterbox Gears Up To Help The Drought-Hit Nomads Of Somaliland”

Olympic Legend Sir Mohamed Farah Fronts Appeal For Millions Facing Starvation In East Africa

Some 800,000 children under five face starvation in Somaliland, Somalia, Kenya, Ethiopia and South Sudan because of drought and conflict. Continue reading “Olympic Legend Sir Mohamed Farah Fronts Appeal For Millions Facing Starvation In East Africa”

Foreign Aid Is Out Of Control

Daniel J. Mitchell

While President Trump apparently intends to waste taxpayer money for more childcare subsidies and presumably is going to duck the critical issue of entitlement reform, there is some good news for advocates of limited government and fiscal responsibility. Continue reading “Foreign Aid Is Out Of Control”

Fighting Famine: Why The World Only Has Weeks To Save The Lives Of Millions

Rageh Omaar

In a week of special coverage, ITV News is taking a closer look at how widespread starvation is threatening countries in the parts of the Middle East and Africa. Continue reading “Fighting Famine: Why The World Only Has Weeks To Save The Lives Of Millions”

RAGEH OMAAR: Will The World Heed The Warnings Of Somaliland’s Savage Drought?

ITV News International Affairs Editor Rageh Omaar has travelled across Somaliland as severe drought brings the unrecognized east-African nation to the brink of a preventable humanitarian catastrophe. Continue reading “RAGEH OMAAR: Will The World Heed The Warnings Of Somaliland’s Savage Drought?”

World’s Biggest Camel Producer Targets Middle East, Asia Exports

Somalia, home to a third of the world’s camels, is targeting new export markets as it looks to boost foreign-exchange earnings from its livestock trade. Continue reading “World’s Biggest Camel Producer Targets Middle East, Asia Exports”

Four Start-Ups To Watch In The Somaliland Capital Of Hargeisa

By Samir Dualeh

Somaliland is a self-declared state of four million people, bordered by Ethiopia and Djibouti. The capital is Hargeisa, which is home to just over a quarter of the population, according to Somaliland government figures. Continue reading “Four Start-Ups To Watch In The Somaliland Capital Of Hargeisa”

Double Shock Of El Nino, La Nina Could Affect More Than 100 mln People – UN

“Both rapid and slow-onset climactic events are exposing years of poor investment and preparedness” – U.N. special envoy

Continue reading “Double Shock Of El Nino, La Nina Could Affect More Than 100 mln People – UN”

Honey – Prophetic Medicine & Food Of Paradise

To continue the serious on the Prophetic Medicines and those foods/fruits that are mentioned in the Quran, used by our beloved Prophet and given to us as part of his authentic Sunna, there is a English saying that the proof is in the pudding, what i mean by that is that the Verses in the Quran and the Hadith from our Messenger (SAW) are more than enough to proof the wonderful benefits and endorsement for Honey: Continue reading “Honey – Prophetic Medicine & Food Of Paradise”

Vinegar – Beloved Food Of Prophet Muhammad (SAW)

Vinegar is a liquid produced from the fermentation of ethanol in a process that yields its key ingredient, acetic acid. It is a natural source of B-vitamins, Vitamin C and trace minerals. It is a food beloved by the prophets, the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said: Continue reading “Vinegar – Beloved Food Of Prophet Muhammad (SAW)”

Breakfast EVERY Day Helps Pupils:

Pupils who eat a healthy breakfast every day are more likely to perform better in school, research shows. Continue reading “Breakfast EVERY Day Helps Pupils:”